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  • Location: Uganda

  • Category: Other Services

  • Job Type: N/A

  • Salary ( UGX) : Monthly

About CorpsAfrica:
Founded in 2011, CorpsAfrica provides the opportunity for Africans to be “Peace Corps Volunteers” in their own countries. CorpsAfrica Volunteers participate in Pre-Service Training, where they are educated on Human Centered Design training as an approach to development and learn about the variety of work NGOs are doing in their country. Volunteers then move to high-poverty communities, where they facilitate meetings to help local people determine priority needs and implement projects that address those needs. The Volunteers are then expected to perform a comprehensive impact evaluation analysis to serve as a model for future CorpsAfrica Volunteers and their projects. CorpsAfrica aims to create a culture of public service within developing nations by allowing participants to apply their skills and energy toward helping their fellow citizens overcome extreme poverty. For more information on CorpsAfrica, please visit


Position Description & Responsibilities

OVERVIEW OF THE POSITION: The M&E and Impact Evaluation Officer for CorpsAfrica performs a variety of highly responsible and confidential managerial and administrative duties for the Country Director.


Specific Responsibilities:

  • Be knowledgeable about and carry out policies, systems, and procedures to ensure effective and efficient operations of the organization.
  • Provide Project Management and support to Volunteers in the field and to the country office
  • Maintained records and archives, and prepared minutes and reports.
  • Create monthly/quarterly/annual reports on Volunteer activity.
  • Visit projects in the field with routine travel to all Volunteer sites.
  • Revise, adapt, and create M&E tools and implement them Provide structure and motivational strategies so that Volunteers comply with all reporting requirements on time and with impeccable accuracy.
  • Support Volunteers with project monitoring and evaluation, data collection, and reporting of projects.
  • Develop clear and concise methods for interpreting the data gathered to a variety of audiences including donors, management, as well as the public.
  • Maintain records and archives, and prepare minutes, surveys, and reports.
  • Create data reports monthly, quarterly, and annually for the Country Director.
  • Knowledge of software for data analysis
  • Other responsibilities as requested by the Director. 


  • A Bachelor’s degree in monitoring and evaluation or related courses and at least three years of professional experience
  • Extremely detail-oriented, results-oriented, and organized
  • A passion and commitment to youth leadership, participatory community development, impact evaluation, transparency, and accountability
  • Excellent speaking, writing, presentation, and computer skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and all Google Docs)
  • Impeccable integrity, judgment, and discretion along with a professional demeanor and personal style that elicits trust
  • A demonstrable understanding of (country) laws and the government administrations
  • Fluency in English is required


***Only applicants that possess the qualifications mentioned above will be considered. To Apply: Send a CV and Cover letter that illustrates qualifications relevant to this role as a single PDF (titled: LastName_FirstName – Job title Officer application) to The deadline to apply is Tuesday, February 13, 2024.



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Job Summary:
  • Job Posted: 2 months ago

  • Expiration: Expired!

  • Vacancy: 1 Person(s)

  • Experience: 3 years

  • Education: Bachelor

  • Gender: Both.

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